Changes at Amber Valley Borough Council

Amber Valley Borough Council welcomed a new leader, new cabinet and new mayor at its Annual Meeting on Wednesday evening (20 May).

The new leader of the controlling Conservative Group, Cllr Alan Cox, was confirmed as the Council's new leader and he named his deputy as Cllr David Wilson who will also take responsibility for the Environment Portfolio.

Other members of the Cabinet were revealed as

  • Cllr Kevin Buttery - Portfolio Holder for Regeneration
  • Cllr David Taylor - Portfolio Holder for Housing and Public Health
  • Cllr Jane Orton - Portfolio Holder for Community Safety


At the same meeting, Cllr Trevor Ainsworth was elected as new Mayor of Amber Valley. He will be joined in carrying out his Civic duties by his wife, Mayoress of Amber Valley, Mrs Jennifer Ainsworth.

Cllr Richard Iliffe was elected Deputy Mayor. Deputy Mayoress will be Mrs Susan Iliffe.

 

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